About your Search

20120701
20120731
Search Results 0 to 19 of about 20 (some duplicates have been removed)
, wolf, is there a headline that pertains to this visit you can share with us? >> reporter: he did say flatly that he regards jerusalem as israel's capital, candy, and he said that he would very much like to move the united states' embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem. as you know, since the 1967 war when israel captured east jerusalem, which was then under jordanian control, no u.s. president has ever recognized east jerusalem, including the old city of jerusalem, as being part of israel under israeli sovereignty. and the u.s. has always kept its embassy in tel aviv as opposed to jerusalem. so i asked him how he felt about that. i asked him specifically, do you think that jerusalem is israel's capital? and he said absolutely he does. i said, do you think that the united states should move its embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem? he said that would be the goal, but he said if he were elected president, he would consult with the israeli government. and if the israeli government said yes, we would like to see that u.s. embassy in jerusalem, he suggested to me that he would go ahead and do i
you for joining us. i waned to talk about health care a little bit because i wanted to show you a opinion poll taken by "usa today"/gallup, and this is the opinion of the supreme court's ruling that the individual mandate, and most of the entire law is constitutional, and 46% of americans agree with that and 46% of americans disagree with that. why does health care law remain so divisive at this point? >> cancandy, one of the great things about this country is that we have a supreme court and when it rules, we have a final judgment. so there is not a question as to whether or not the law is constitutional, because it is a constitutional and health care has been a divisive issue for several years. it does impact people's lives and the political debate makes it more and less divisive and people are seeing the things day to day that makes a difference. if you have a student who graduates from college and they don't have a job, they are able to stay on the family health plan. if you are on medicare and you used to spend $600 in the doughnut hole on prescription drugs, you are now co
podcast. join us next week for another critical look at the media. "state of the union" with candy crowley begins right now. >>> a movie theater massacre silences the campaign trail. today, the search for reason inside the irrational. >> if there is anything to take away from this tragedy, it is a reminder that life is very fragile. >> our hearts break with a sadness of this unspeakable tragedy. >> a conversation with colorado governor john hickenlooper. >> shooting at century theater. >> then the gun debate in the u.s. and the crisis in syria with senator john mccain. also, the disease mind with threat assessment expert jerry spch spodak. >> you still stand by your deal. >> highlights from the virginia senate debate and a conversation with the candidates, democrat tim kaine and republican george allen. i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." >>> joining me is colorado governor john hickenlooper. governor, thank you so much for being here. catch me up now on the state of the investigation. >> well, the investigation continues. we had access to the apartment of the suspe
if we are people and we will trust them now and ceos are cursing now and using them for authenticity and i saw it in the stu study, but a it is about authenticity. >> i am so glad that we got through this without cursing. thank you, dean. >>> and coming up is "state of the union" with candy crowley. thank you, everybody. thank you, everybody. have a great sunday. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> out of the courts and on to the campaign trail. today -- >> if we want to get rid of obama care, we will have to replace president obama. >> 128 days from the election a conversation with obama chief of staff jack lew. and the good and the bad and the confusing economic signals. former hue let pa-- hewlett pac cart ceo, and also susan page and dan lothian. and we will talk to two governors whose states have been hit hard. and also, a talk with john hickenlooper about the wildfires in colorado. this is state of the union and i'm candy crowley. >>> white a fight in the white house. a major victory in the supreme court followed by a victory of a different sort on the ho
someone do this? does anything go to motive that you can share with us? >> you know, i am speechless because i've been asked -- obviously this is a deeply troubled, twisted, delusional person. and i can't for the life of me, i don't, you know, i can't conceive of it. >> we might have to leave that to psychiatrists. has there been any -- can you tell me if investigators talked to the parents of the suspect? >> again, i don't know that. so i know that they have done hundreds of interviews, so they are certainly leaving no stone unturned. >> okay. and let's talk about those that remain injured. i know there were still several in critical condition. what do we know about the status of those that were injured? >> well, the -- i spent yesterday, most of yesterday going from hospital to hospital and talking to families and in some cases talking to the wounded. it was amazing how buoyant the spirits were in many of the rooms and even with people who suffered grievous wounds, there is a resiliency, i don't think it is just colorado, the west is always known for a kind of strength of character
because they want to use some of the decisions that bain made during those three years -- >> yeah. >> -- against governor romney. >> yeah. >> are you saying that he holds no responsibility for bain decisions in those three years? >> that's correct. and, look, let's be honest, the reason that the obama campaign wants to do this is because they want to talk about anything but president obama's dismal record when it comes to the economy, and it's working. you know, we're spending a lot of time on it here today as opposed to the fact that again last week we had a record-breaking 41st month unemployment above 8%. household income has dropped $4,300 under this president. we had the index for manufacturing jobs drop again last month. this is a result of president obama's policies and his policies are misguided because he doesn't understand the economy and mitt romney does and that's why they're trying to attack him on this front. >> for argument's sake i'll accept this theory. it is frustrating to you all because you all want to talk about the economy. why then doesn't mitt romney releas
, and they will continue to put together the case. >> and what have they found in the apartment that might be useful? are they learning anything more about the suspect? >> you know what they have asked for me is to not talk about this, and they are learning more, you know, moment by moment. but like in any investigation like this, they are trying to make sure they are getting all of the information first before they release it publicly. >> sure. is there anything that you can tell me about that goes to motive. i think that when you are not right there and in it, and trying to help people as they move through this horrific crisis, when you are standing outside of it, you think, why would someone do this? does anything go to motive that you can share with us? >> you know, i am speechless, because i have been asked this, and obviously, a deeply troubled, twisted, delusional person. i can't for the life of me, i don't -- you know, i can't conceive of a motive. >> we might have to leave that to the psychiatrists. has there been any, and can you tell me if the parents have talked to the suspect? >> again,
go to motive that you can share with us? >> you know, i am speechless, because i have been asked this, and obviously, a deeply troubled, twisted, delusional person. i can't for the life of me, i don't -- you know, i can't conceive of a motive. >> we might have to leave that to the psychiatrists. has there been any, and can you tell me if the parents have talked to the suspect? >> again, i don't know that. i know that they have done hundreds of interviews, so they are certainly leaving no stone unturned. >> and let's talk about those who are remaining injured and i know that several are still in critical condition, and what do we know about the status of those that were injured? >> well, the, you know, i spent yesterday, most of yesterday going from hospital to hospital and talking to the families and in some cases talking to the wounded. it was amazing how buoyant the spirits were in many of the rooms, and being with people who had suffered grievous wounds. i mean, there is a resiliency and i don't believe it is just colorado, because the west is always known for that kind of strength
away from the election. and joining us this morning is senator dick durbin. i want to put the gdpp fod -- g figures the gross domestic product figure, because it has been up, but not to the point where it can bring down unemployment. that is a 3% growth rate, but we have a 1.5% in the last quarter. no president in modern history has beeen re-elected with these kinds of numbers and what is your concern? >> well, ki say this, more than 26 straight months of private sector job creation, and many of the jobs that we have lost in the public sector the president has appealed to congress to help him to make sure that there are firefighters and teachers and we have had no cooperation from the republicans, because they are determined to keep the unemployment numbers low. >> you know how this works -- >> well, the president accepts responsibility, but he also believes we are on the right track and returning to the economic policies of the bush administration which romney endorses would plunge us back into a recession situation where we are giving tax breaks to the wealthiest in america and seein
administration which romney endorses would plunge us back into a recession situation where we are giving tax breaks to the wealthiest in america and seeing a deficit out of control and not creating strength in the middle-class, the working families of america and that is really the future and where we ought to pin our economic policies. >> so you are not concerned about the president's re-election prospects? >> oh, no. let me tell you that this is going to be a very close election and we take it seriously and we are going to have the up s dow s and downs i and the people are moving in the right direction and they want to keep us moving forward and that the key. look at what happened this week. the president's tax cuts in the united states senate passed with a 51/48 vote to make sure that the families making less than 250,000 tlrz a year have no ulg kriz in -- $250,000 a year and have no increase. and those making under $250,000 will not have any tax cuts whatsoever if we retain the republican policies. >>> everyone in washington right now is talking as though they had nothing to do with the
shades" trilogy has sold almost 20 million copies in the u.s. in five months. it took the "dragon tattoo" books months to accomplish that. >>> romney struggles to control the message. today, the battle over bain. >> you're ultimately responsible for the conduct of your operations, but again that's probably a question he's going to have to answer and i think that's a legitimate part of the campaign. >> this is all an effort on the part of the president's campaign to divert attention from the fact that the president has been a failure when it comes to reigniting america's economy. >> the romney pushback with senior adviser ed gillespie, then obama campaign senior adviser david axelrod. >>> and the states brace for federal cuts. the view from the governor's office with virginia republican bob mcdonnell and massachusetts democrat deval patrick. >>> plus, floods, fires, and drought. what it means for farmers and your grocery bill with agriculture secretary tom vilsack. i'm candy crowley, and this is "state of the union." >>> in an election about the economy, the obama campaign has made it a m
is not a penalty and a tax. a big oops in the republican world world because the republicans have used the supreme court decision to say it is a tax. reset. >> the supreme court said it is a tax, right. it is a tax. >> too late for the conservative "wall street journal" who blistered the romney campaign for looking confused and politically dumb. mr. romney promised republicans he was the best man to make the case against president obama who they desperately want to defeat. and so far, mr. romney is letting them down. joining me is senate republican leader mitch mcconnell, and few people in washington with a larger stake in seeing that mitt romney does well, than you do, because you want to go from the minority leader in the senate to majority, and how do you think he is doing? >> well, the race is very, very close. i i mean the best evidence is a tracking gallup poll who has it consistently close that the people are unhappy with the economy and they know that mitt romney is a job creator and he has a great chance of being elected. >> but his campaign has come unfear fire from the republicans as no
for you all? >> well, the better use of my time is to criticize the guys we are running against. i ooh em not here the critique the romney campaign. the president has a very, very poor record and that is why he does not want to talk about it. take friday's job figure for example and go back two years ago and the job figure was better and the president said we are turning the, we are turning it around. cle clearly, what they are doing is not working. that is what this campaign needs to be about. >> and yet, we did look at the figures for this year, and you know that there were great advances in job creation in the first quarter. it's been minimal in the second quarter. nonetheless, still job creation. when you average out the first six months, it is something like 125 or 130,000 jobs have been created on average. that's not too bad considering where we came from, is it? >> it is terrible. we have 41 straight months now of unemployment above 8%. 41 straight months. candy, this is the most tepid recovery f it is a recovery from a deep recession in american history. the economy is just sputte
if you miss a program, you can go to itunes each monday and download a podcast. join us next sunday morning 11:00 a.m. eastern for another critical look at the media. "state of the union with candy crowley" begins right now. >>> june disappoints with weak job numbers. today, unemployment and the presidential race. >> but it is still tough out there. >> this kick in the gut has got to end. >> exclusive interviews with senate republican leader mitch mcconnell and democratic campaign adviser robert gibbs. >>> then the numbers and the politics of a sputtering economy with economist douglas hol holtz-eakin and mark zandi, and also dana bash. >> if we are going to succeed, we have to face the problems squarely. >> former democratic senator bill bradley on fixing a broken washington and what we can all do better. i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." >>> not the best of weeks for the romney campaign. it was already under fire from friendly sources as not ready for primetime when a senior adviser said that obama care is fine for when buying insurance is a penalty, not a tax. a
much for joining us this morning. let's talk about health care a bit. i wanted to show you an opinion poll taking by usa today/gallup after the decision. and this is the opinion of the supreme court's ruling that the individual mandate, in fact, most of the entire law is constitutional. 46% of americans agree with that and 46% of americans disagree with that. why does health care law remain so divisive at this point? >> i think one of the great things about this country is we have a supreme court. when it reals, we have a final judgment. there's not a question now whether or not the law is constitutional. it is constitutional. health care has been a divisive debate for many years. it's a personal issue to many people. they understand health care is a big part of their lives and they hear a political debate, it makes it more, not less divisive. we have to implement the law and focus on the things people are seeing day to day that make a difference. if you have a student who graduates from college and they don't have a job, they're now able to stay on their family health plan. if you're
on the house floor. the president used the trappings of the white house in this case the formality of the east room to suggest in picture and in word that the supreme court ruling settled the controversy over his health care law. >> today's decision was a victory for people all over this country. >> as the president tried to close the book on the health care debate, his republican rival was writing the next chapter. >> obama care was bad policy yesterday. it's bad policy today. >> well, trying to ring the politics out of health care, the administration was equally determined to underscore the politics of capitol hill's investigation into a botched federal gun running sting. >> the resolution is agreed to. >> the republican-led house cited eric holder in contempt of congress for refusing to share some documents. >> today's vote made for good political theater in the minds of some, but it is at base a crass effort and a grave disservice to the american people. >> joining me now is white house chief of staff jack lue. thank you so much for joining us this morning. let's talk about health care a b
Search Results 0 to 19 of about 20 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)